The Oxford Photonics Day 2016 will take place on Thursday 5th May 2016 at St Anne's College, Oxford. The meeting will include a selection of invited talks from within the network and from external speakers in addition to a poster session, student competition and industrial exhibition.
Listed below are past events related to Photonics.
The 8th Photonics Day took place on Wednesday 7 October 2015 at the Department of Engineering Science, University of Oxford. The programme consisted of a range of invited talks from external and internal speakers from across the field of optics and photonics.
The seventh event in this series of Photonics Days took place on Monday 20 April 2015. The programme included invited talks from within the network and from other Universities, in addition to an industrial exhibition and a student poster session and competition.
The sixth Photonics Day took place on Wednesday 8 October 2014. The programme including invited speakers from Oxford and elsewhere covering a wide range of photonics topics.
The fifth Oxford Photonics Day took place on the 23rd April 2014 and included external and internal invited speakers, in addition to a student poster competition.
The fourth Photonics Day took place on Tuesday 8 October 2013 and included invited and contributed talks from the Oxford Photonics Network. A special session on Exploitation and Impact of Photonics Research also featured in the programme.
The third Oxford Photonics Day was held on the 12th March 2013 and featured invited and submitted talks from the Photonics Network, an external invited speakers and a student poster exhibition and competition.
Following the success of the first Photonics Day, the second such event took place on Tuesday 27 September 2012. The programme consisted of invited talks and student contributed talks from across the Oxford Photonics Network.
The first Oxford Photonics Day was held on 18 April 2012 at the Department of Engineering Science, University of Oxford. The programme featured invited and submitted talks from across the Photonics Network.